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Cyberjournal for Pentecostal-Charismatic Research

Table of Contents #3

January 1998

Dr. Julie Ma, Intercultural Studies, Asia Pacific Theological Seminary, Philippines, "A Pentecostal Woman Missionary in a Tribal Mission: A Case Study." Paper originally read to World Council of Churches Consultation with Pentecostals held November 11, 1997 in Bossey, Switzerland.

Dr. Martien Parmentier, Senior Lecturer in Church History, Catholic Theology University in Utrecht, Professor of the Theology of the Charismatic Renewal, Free University of Amsterdam, "Water Baptism and Spirit Baptism in the Church Fathers." Due to formatting issue, the paper is also available as a pdf. Paper originally read to the ICCOWE conference Prague '97.  At the invitation of the editor, a response has been written to Dr. Parmentier's paper by Fr. Kilian McDonnell.

Revd. Apostle Professor H. Olu. Atansuyi, Cherrubim and Seraphim Church Movement, Nigeria, "Gospel and Culture from the Perspective of African Instituted Churches." This paper was read to the World Council of Churches - African Instituted Churches Consultation held January 9-14, 1996 in Ogere, Nigeria. Used with permission.

Dr. Nico Horn, Lecturer, Covenant Institute, Namibia, "Crossing Racial Borders in Southern Africa: A Lesson From History." Paper originally read to Conference on Pentecostal and Charismatic Research in Europe, July 3-6, 1991, Kappel, Switzerland.

Dr. Choo Lak Yeow, Executive Director, Association for Theological Education in South East Asia, Singapore, "Christ in Cultures: with reference to Samuel P. Huntingtons 'The Clash of Civilization.'" Paper originally read to Orlando '95, Scholar's Track, conference sponsored by the North American Renewal Service Committee.

 

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